Deutsche Bundesbank's RSS feed
Do you want fast, easy access to all the latest information on the Bundesbank's website? By subscribing to our RSS news feeds, you will receive all the latest Bundesbank news without even having to visit our website.
What is RSS?
RSS is a technology that enables you to subscribe directly to the latest information on those topics that you are interested in. As soon as the Bundesbank's website is updated, the latest information will be sent straight to your computer.
RSS stands for Real Simple Syndication. This service saves you from having to search the internet for news items as would otherwise be the case.
How do you subscribe to an RSS news feed?
To read an RSS news feed, you either need an up-to-date browser, for example
- Firefox 3 or more recent
- Internet Explorer 7 or more recent
- Opera 9 or more recent
or you can use a special RSS program, known as a news reader. We have included a selection of available news reader programs at the bottom of this page.
An RSS news reader provides the headlines and summaries of our news items as well as links to the full articles on our website.
This ensures that you always have an overview of the latest information on our website.
If you use one of the browsers listed, click on the RSS symbol for the news feed that you wish to subscribe to and follow the instructions.
If you use a dedicated RSS news reader
1. Right-click on the RSS feed that you wish to subscribe to.
2. In the menu that opens, click on "Copy link".
3. You can then copy the address into your RSS program.